H P Sauce, 15-Ounce Plastic Bottles (Pack of 4) - Expiration Date Format (dd/mm/yy)
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- Imported from Britain
- No Fat and and low sodium
- Expiration date printed in European format (dd/mm/yy)
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H P Sauce, 15-Ounce Bottle
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Malt Vinegar (From Barley), Tomatoes, Molasses, Spirit Vinegar, Glucose- Fructose Syrup (From Wheat), Dates, Sugar, Salt, Modified Corn Starch, Rye Flour, Tamarind Extract, Spices, Onion Extract.
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Although these are genuine HP sauce bottles from the UK, the recipe is different from what I have previous bought on Amazon, INCLUDING bottles imported directly. I don't know why the recipe is different, but this sauce is watery and oversweet; tomatoes come first in the list of ingredients as opposed to malt vinegar on the "good" bottles. The taste of dates, central to my appreciation of this sauce, is very secondary.
But now I'm going to be consuming these 4 bottles for the next year :-(
Refrigerate after opening. No added preservatives. Too bad they had to slap a US label on the side for nutrition facts. I'd like to see the EU standards and peeling the label strips those off. (I might have to use stamp-collecting techniques on the next bottle.)
As the bottle states, "Everything goes well with HP Sauce. It's great on your favourite foods including sausages, bacon sandwiches, and chips. Why not try on snacks like jacket potatoes or baked beans." While "jacket potatoes" are just baked potatoes for us Americans, and hardly a snack, what about using it as a dip for potato chips (not just french fries a.k.a. "chips")?
Oy, and there's no fat in the sauce!
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